The World of E-Government

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The World of E-Government

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780789023056
  • DDC分類 352.3802854678

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Explore the latest groundbreaking e-government insider information! The World of E-Government investigates how electronic communication is helping to revolutionize democracies across the globe. Using case studies, cutting-edge research, and commentary from some of the field's foremost researchers, practitioners, and industry leaders, this first-of-its-kind volume explores the enormous future potential of e-government as it links all world citizens locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. This pioneering text offers the experiences of many leading countries using electronic government, showing you what mistakes they made, the benefits they've reaped, and the impact of e-government to democracy, traditional government, and international commerce. Contributors to this timely book include some of the world's leading practitioners in e-government people who were actually involved in establishing and shaping the experiences of countries now ranked as leaders in e-government projects. These authorities reveal how their countries successfully implemented e-strategies to directly benefit their citizens. The World of E-Government details how electronic government is being used to govern and change the lives of citizens online in such areas of the world as: the United States Singapore Canada the European Union Australia New Zealand GermanyThis book will give you a better understanding of:how to best plan for citizen use of e-government how countries have avoided waste and unnecessary spending how e-government can move forward by using optimal planning and previous experiences what citizens expect of e-government in countries around the globe the realities, the latest initiatives, and the future of e-government in America, Europe, and elsewhere The World of E-Government is an essential book for all elected officials and their staffs, e-government practitioners, researchers, and information specialists to use in order to stay up-to-date with the growing needs of the general public. The advice offered in this text can help you improve service delivery, provide vital information to the public, and enhance public participation online. This volume contains useful bibliographies, additional readings, tables, and figures to further your career or research studies in public administration, government, political science, law, education, or information technology.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
The World of E-Government 1 (18)
Gregory G. Curtin
Michael H. Sommer
Veronika Vis-Sommer
GOVERNANCE BY E-GOVERNMENT
SINGAPORE
E-Government in Action: Singapore Case Study 19 (12)
Lim Siew Siew
Low Yin Leng
CANADA
The Dual Challenge of Integration and 31 (20)
Inclusion: Canada's Experience with
Government Online
Michelle d'Auray
AMERICA
Creatihg a Blueprint for E-Government 51 (14)
Patricia McGinnis
THE EUROPEAN UNION
eGovernment: An EU Perspective 65 (24)
Erkki Liikanen
NEW ZEALAND
E-Government in New Zealand 89 (18)
Brendan Boyle
David Nicholson
GERMANY
BundOnline 2005-The E-Government Initiative 107 (22)
of the German Federal Administration
Gerd Wittkemper
Ralf Kleindiek
THE "BUSINESS" OF E-GOVERNMENT RANKING THE
WORLD'S LEADING COUNTRIES
Realizing the Vision of eGovernment 129 (18)
Vivienne Jupp
ON THE MOVE
Mobile e-Gov: No Turning Back to the Swamp 147 (12)
Janet Caldow
SERVING THE STAKEHOLDERS
Customer-Oriented E-Government: Can We Ever 159 (26)
Get There?
Robert D. Atkinson
Andrew Leigh
RESEARCHING E-GOVERNMENT NEW ZEALAND
An Evaluation of Local Government Websites in 185 (28)
New Zealand
Rowena Cullen
Deborah O'Connor
Anna Veritt
AUSTRALIA
What Lies Beyond Service Delivery An 213 (22)
Australian Perspective
Karin Geiselhart
Mary Griffiths
Bronwen FitzGerald
AMERICA
The U.S. Congress Responds to Online 235 (20)
Communication Needs
Dennis W. Johnson
EUROPE
E-Government: What Countries Do and Why: A 255 (24)
European Perspective
Kuno Schedler
Lukas Summermatter
Index 279